The Right Lesson to Learn from the World Vision Kerfuffle

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It’s been months since I’ve written a proper blog post, but the kerfuffle around World Vision draws me out of my cave. I have a lot of sympathy for the leadership of World Vision. They are doing extraordinary, life-saving work. They are captaining a billion-dollar organization that’s global and complex and fraught with dangers on [Read More...]

A&E is Not “Happy, Happy, Happy” with Free Speech

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With apologies to H.L. Mencken, it appears that leftism is the haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may disagree with me. [Read more...]

Mistaking God’s Will for Our Own

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I’m always honored to feature guest posts from Peter Wehner, one of the most serious and experienced evangelical policy thinkers around, but also a very insightful writer on general matters of faith and culture. Check out his bio for more information on Pete, and you can see his other posts at Philosophical Fragments here. * As much of the [Read More...]

When the Stars Vanish

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I’m always honored to feature guest posts from Peter Wehner, one of the most serious and experienced evangelical policy thinkers around, but also a very insightful writer on general matters of faith and culture. Check out his bio for more information on Pete, and you can see his other posts at Philosophical Fragments here.   * When the [Read More...]

Out of Africa 6: Looking Homeward and Inward

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By Galen Dalrymple Tomorrow I start my journey homeward to America. It sounds like a foreign land to me now after two months in the bush here in Africa. It is time for reflection, to take stock of lessons learned. What will I carry with me as a result of this journey? Many things, to [Read More...]


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